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    ¿Para actualizar el firmware si solo tienes linux?

    Que hay de nuevo:
    Bueno, yo tenía la conexión wanadoo spedd pack con modem sagem, y me di de baja en ella y de alta en adsl router porque quería tener conexión a internet mientras utilizaba linux( además de que el modem sagem y los p2p de la red e2k se llevan fatal). La verdad es que esto solo es curiosidad, que yo tengo tanto windows como linux instalado,¿existe un programa upgrade para el firmware que rule en Linux?. Bueno, me imagino con los emuladores de windows para emule el programa andará pero y si no?
    Un saludo

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    • Cerrado

      Pues tienes razon, acabas antes haciendo una particion, le…

      Pues tienes razon, acabas antes haciendo una particion, le instalas windows, haces el upgrade y como paso final importante, ;-) , desinstalas windows.
      Gracias por contestar un saludo

    • Cerrado

      [Editado 9/03/05 21:03]

      Si tienes windows no te líes en hacer un upgrade desde linux.…

      Si tienes windows no te líes en hacer un upgrade desde linux. El primer upgrade lo hice siguiendo estas instrucciones que me mandaron de un foro y las pasé canutas.

      aqui lo tienes:

      0) Make sure that you have a local copy of this document - if you
      are reading in in a web browser, save it to disk.

      1) get the upgrade image from
      http://www.speedtouch.co.uk/upgrade.asp
      and place the file in /var/tmp

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # cd /var/tmp
      # wget "http://www.speedtouch.co.uk/downloads/500/427/firmware427uk.zip"
      # unzip firmware427uk.zip
      Archive: firmware427uk.zip
      inflating: ADNT-Q_BY.bin
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      2) get the User Guide and CLI guide from the same web page and read
      them with xpdf (do this now - you might not have an Internet
      connection later).

      3) go to your ISP's web page and save to disk the instructions
      for configuring your ADSL router with your IP address, username,
      password, etc.

      4) If it isn't already done, set up an IP address for the router, and
      for your server, in the same local network.

      If your router doesn't already have an IP address, use 10.0.0.138

      Add a RFC1918 private subnet IP address to your computer (make sure
      it doesn't conflict with anything on the local network). The router
      will later reboot with the IP address 10.0.0.138.

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # ip addr add 10.0.0.1/24 dev eth0
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      or
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # ip addr add 10.0.0.1/24 dev eth1
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      5) locate the MAC address of your router. You may be able to do
      this by looking at the output of arp -a, or get it from the
      router's configuration web page.

      6) set up a DHCP server, with the MAC address of your router
      in the "hardware ethernet" line, and the name of the new firmware
      file in /var/tmp in the "filename" line

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # cat /etc/dhcpd.conf
      ddns-update-style none;

      subnet 10.0.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 {
      range 10.0.0.138 10.0.0.138;
      }

      host alcatel {
      hardware ethernet 00:90:D0:xx:xx:xx;
      fixed-address 10.0.0.138;
      filename "/var/tmp/ADNT-Q_BY.bin";
      }
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      or
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # cat /etc/dhcpd.conf
      ddns-update-style none;

      subnet 82.68.155.88 netmask 255.255.255.248 {
      range 82.68.155.90 82.68.155.94 ;
      }

      host alcatel {
      hardware ethernet 00:90:D0:xx:xx:xx;
      fixed-address 82.68.155.94;
      filename "/var/tmp/ADNT-Q_BY.bin";
      }
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      run the dhcp server in the foreground, with debugging, on the
      appropriate interface

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # dhcpd -f -d
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      or
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # dhcpd -f -d eth1
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      6) set up a tftp server, running from inetd

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # cat /etc/inetd.conf
      tftp dgram udp wait nobody /usr/sbin/in.tftpd in.tftpd /var/tmp
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      7) run inetd in the foreground, with debugging (it may already be
      running - check first)

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # inetd -i -d
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      Make sure that your iptables firewall isn't blocking anything -
      perhaps disconnect your router from the phone line and turn the
      firewall off.

      8) run ethereal, and watch your system log ( e.g. /var/log/messages)
      to debug everything

      You need to run ethereal as root - if your X session is running as
      a different user, the following may be helpful

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      export DISPLAY=:0 # in the root xterm

      xauth nextract - :0 # in the user xterm
      xauth nmerge - # in the root xterm, cut and paste the line from the user xterm

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      9) Hold the button on the front of the router in until the lights go
      out and release. Hold it in for about 10 to 15 seconds until the orange
      light starts flashing. You should be able to see ethereal and debug
      messages about the file being uploaded. The router will upgrade its
      firmware, and reboot with the fixed IP address of 10.0.0.138

      10) kill inetd and dhcpd, turn your firewall back on, plug the phone
      line into the router.

      11) Run Mozilla, visit the router's web page at http://10.0.0.138/ and
      continue with the configuration setup as per your ISP's instructions.

      The modem will reboot - if you are not using NAT, it will come up
      with a public Internet IP address

      12) If you are not using NAT, delete the 10.0.0.1 IP address, check
      you have Internet access.

      13) make sure you have a password set on the router. Save your
      configuration to a file.